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Table 2 Factor loadings and communalities from PCA with varimax rotation for organizational culture

From: Nurse perceptions of organizational culture and its association with the culture of error reporting: a case of public sector hospitals in Pakistan

Component Commun-alities
Nurse Participation in Governance
 Q19. Staff nurses are involved in the internal governance of the hospital .587
 Q26. Staff nurses have the opportunity to serve on hospital and nursing department committees .796
Nurse Manager Ability Leadership and Support
 Q21. An administration who listens to and responds to employee concerns .738
 Q22. A director of nursing highly visible and accessible to staff .668
 Q25. Nursing administrators consult with staff on daily problems and procedures .710
 Q27. A nursing supervisor equal in power and authority to other top level hospital executives .764
 Q38. A head nurse who is a good manager and leader .642
 Q39. A head nurse/supervisor who backs up the nursing staff in decision making, even if the conflict is with a physician .690
 Q40. Supervisors use mistakes as learning opportunities, not criticism .534
 Q41. A supervisory staff that is supportive of the nurses .753
 Q42. Praise and recognition for a job well done .757
Nurse Participation in Hospital Affairs
 Q20. Many opportunities for advancement of nursing personnel .768
 Q23. Opportunity for staff nurses to participate in policy decisions .761
 Q24. Career development/clinical ladder opportunity .658
Nurse Foundations for Quality of Care
 Q28. Use of nursing diagnoses .640
 Q29. An active quality assurance program .726
 Q30. An orientation program for newly hired RNs .737
 Q31. Nursing care is based on a nursing, rather than a medical, model .567
 Q32. Patient care assignments that foster continuity of care .747
 Q33. A clear philosophy of nursing that pervades the patient care environment .700
 Q34. Written, up-to-date nursing care plans for all patients .745
 Q35. High standards of nursing care are expected by the administration .717
Nurse coworker relations
 Q43. A lot of teamwork between nurses and doctors .651
 Q44. Physicians and nurses have good relationships .738
 Q45. Functional collaboration (joint practice) between nurses and physicians .728
 Q46. Enough staff to get the work done .780
 Q26. Staff nurses have the opportunity to serve on hospital and nursing department committees .796
Nursing Staffing and Resource
 Q47. Enough registered nurses to provide quality patient care .839
 Q48. Adequate support services allow me to spend time with my patients .712
 Q49. Enough time and opportunity to discuss patient care problems with other nurses .587